2010
DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-3083.2009.03459.x
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‘Matchstick’ eyebrow hairs: a dermoscopic clue to the diagnosis of Netherton syndrome

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“…8 Neri and colleagues demonstrated that all three findings could be visualized in eyelashes. 8 Neri and colleagues demonstrated that all three findings could be visualized in eyelashes.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 98%
“…8 Neri and colleagues demonstrated that all three findings could be visualized in eyelashes. 8 Neri and colleagues demonstrated that all three findings could be visualized in eyelashes.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 98%
“…An NS patient homozygous for the c.2471_2475delAAGA-GinsT SPINK5 mutation, leading to a premature termination codon without impairing splicing (Goujon et al, 2010), showed complete absence of LEKTI (Figure 3b). In contrast, NSK1 and NSK2 displayed weak expression of LEKTI fragments compared with NHK ( Figure 3b).…”
Section: Ns Patients 1 and 2 Exhibit Residual Lekti Expression In Culmentioning
confidence: 97%
“…We read with great interest the article entitled 'Matchstick eyebrow hairs: a dermoscopic clue to the diagnosis of Netherton syndrome' published by E. Goujon et al in the JEADV, 1 in which the authors reported a new dermoscopic morphological aspect typical of Netherton Syndrome (NS).…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Editor Although studies on vitiligo are aplenty in the English scientific literature, there is dearth of reports dedicated to mucosal involvement in vitiligo. 1,2 A recent study has observed that mucosal involvement in vitiligo is associated with progression of disease, Letters to the Editor…”
Section: Mucosal Involvement In Vitiligo: a Comprehensive Review Of 2mentioning
confidence: 99%